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How To Choose the right Personal Trainer

Certification is the first thing to look for A trainer should be certified because that's your assurance you're working with a trainer who has the knowledge to provide you with a safe and effective workout. Not just any certification will do. You want a trainer who has been certified by a nationally recognized certifying organization. Certification is more than a piece of paper. After checking certification, there are a few other things you should take into consideration. Many require asking direct questions.

A checklist to help you hire a personal  trainer:

  • Ask for references
    Ask the trainer for the names and phone numbers of other clients with goals similar to yours. Call to see if they were pleased with their workouts, if the trainer was punctual and prepared, and if they felt their individual needs were addressed. The best trainer to hire is the one others give high marks to.

  • Make sure the personal trainer has liability insurance and provides business policies in writing
    Many trainers operate as independent contractors and are not employees of a fitness facility. You should find out if the trainer you want to hire carries professional liability insurance.
    A reputable personal trainer should also make sure you understand the cancellation policy and billing procedure. The best way to avoid confusion and to protect your rights is to have those policies in writing.

  • Look for a personal trainer who is able to assist you with your special needs
    A trainer should always have you fill out a health history questionnaire to determine your needs or limitations. If you have a medical condition or a past injury, a trainer should design a session that takes these into account. If you're under a doctor's care, a trainer should discuss any exercise concerns with your doctor, and should ask for a health screening or release from your doctor.

  • Find out what the personal trainer charges
    Rates vary, depending on the trainer's experience, and the length and location of the workout session. For example, a trainer who works in a fitness club will probably charge less per hour than one who works independently and needs to come to your home or office.

  • Decide if this is someone you can work with
    Some people like to exercise in the morning, some in the evening. Will the trainer you're talking to accommodate your schedule? What about the trainer's gender? Some people do better working with a trainer of the same sex; others prefer the opposite sex.

The   trainer you select should motivate you by positive, not negative, reinforcement. Even more important, that trainer should be someone you like. 

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